AWS Solutions Architect Certification Training

  • AWS Certification is rated as one of the best global certification
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  • AWS Certification Training course guides you on the path on becoming a Solutions Architect on Amazon Web Services with the knowledge of managing infrastructure on AWS
  • AWS architect are highly paid in the industry

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    30 hrs

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    Key Highlights

    • Dedicated Student Representative
    • Designed for Professionals
    • Complete Practical Training
    • Experienced Trainers
    • No Cost EMI
    • Job Placement Assistance
    • Doubt Clearing Session
    • Case Studies and Live Practical Project

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    Course Details

    Learn from the best industry experts across the globe.


    AWS Solutions Architect Certification Training

    5 Batches

    32 Hours

    Detailed curriculum

    • Subnetting
    • Calculating CIDR
    • Classless Inter Domain Routing (CIDR)
    • Classes of IP addresses
    • IPv4 and Ipv6
    • Network Address space and IP addressing
    • What is Networking
    • Public and Private IP addresses
    • Concept of NAT
    • Concept of Gateways
    • Concept of Routing

    • Designing Highly Available, Cost-efficient, Fault-tolerant, and Scalable Systems
    • History and Evolution of AWS Knowledge Check
    • Accessing AWS Services
    • Overview of AWS
    • AWS Global Infrastructure and its benefits
    • Cloud deployment and service models
    • Cloud Computing
    • Planning and Designing
    • Monitoring and Logging
    • Hybrid IT architectures

    Hands On:

    • Signing up for a free account with AWS

    • Key Management Service
    • API keys service access
    • IAM Best Practices
    • IAM Users, Groups, and Roles
    • IAM Overview and Policies
    • Access billing and create alerts on billing

    Hands On:

    • Creating and Assigning Roles to AWS Resources
    • Creating IAM Groups and adding users to groups
    • Adding/Modifying/Deleting permissions
    • Creating Users on IAM
    • Creating new Policies and applying to Roles/Users

    • Egress only Internet Gateway
    • Configuring Internet Gateway for VPC
    • Amazon EC2 Overview
    • Configuring Route Table
    • Configuring Subnet & extracting Networks out of VPC
    • Configuring VPC
    • Elastic IPs and NAT Gateway
    • VPC Peering connection

    Hands On:

    • Setting up a peering connection in two VPCs in different Regions/Accounts
    • Connecting Internet Gateways for Internet connectivity
    • Setting up Subnets and Routing Tables
    • Creating your own VPC with specified CIDRs
    • Setting up a NAT gateway

    • Firewall - Instance level security
    • Security Groups - Subnetwork level security
    • Network Access Control List (ACL)

    Hands On:

    • Setting up an Apache Tomcat instance on a Windows Server and checking Firewall status
    • Creating NACLs and allowing/denying ports
    • Creating Security Groups and allowing ports/networks

    • Cloudfront Distribution & CDN
    • S3 Life cycle policy
    • S3 Storage classes
    • Introduction to Storage classes
    • S3 Bucket Security
    • S3 Bucket Policies
    • CORS, Replication and Transfer Acceleration in S3
    • Version Control in S3
    • Creation of S3 Bucket
    • S3 Bucket concept
    • Overview of S3
    • Snowball and Snowmobile
    • S3 Best Practices and Cost optimization

    Hands On:

    • Creating Bucket policies using JSON
    • Managing Bucket permissions
    • Creating S3 Buckets
    • Setting up automation of Storage Class migration

    • Calculating ROI on different type of EC2 Instances
    • Dedicated Hosts and Dedicated Instances
    • Tenancy Models for EC2 and Costs associated
    • Tenancy Models for EC2 and Costs associated
    • Reserved Instance Marketplace and Acquiring a Reserved Instance
    • On-Demand InstancesSecurity Key-pairs
    • States of an EC2 Instance
    • Launching an EC2 Instance
    • Creating a custom Amazon Machine Image (AMI)
    • Different permissions for AMICreating Snapshots
    • Automation of Snapshots- Snapshot Lifecycle Manager
    Hands On:
    • Creating AMIs and Launching from AMI
    • Creating Automated Backups of server storage volumes
    • Connecting from one EC2 instance to another EC2 instance
    • Launching EC2 Instance within a given VPC
    • Establishing the relationship between AMI creation and Snapshots

    • Attaching and Detaching EBS volumes with instances
    • Creating, Managing and Deleting EBS volumes
    • Difference between EBS and normal storage devices

    Hands On:

    • Creating backup of EBS volumes
    • Attaching EBS volume to EC2 on /dev/xvdf
    • Attaching EBS volume to EC2 on /dev/sda
    • Detaching Volume from one instance and attach to other

    • Configuring an Application Load Balancer (ALB)
    • Configuring Target Groups
    • Setting up a Classic Load Balancer (CLB)
    • Configuring Auto Scaling GroupsAuto Scaling Life Cycle
    • Auto Scaling Policies
    • Different Components of Auto Scaling
    • Overview of AWS Auto Scaling Service
    • Configuring a Network Load Balancer (NLB)

    Hands On:

    • Setting up an Application Load Balancer for two different target groups
    • Adding a Classic Load Balancer to manage traffic on Auto Scaling Group
    • Setting up Notification service
    • Creating Target Based vs Step Scaling Auto Scaling Group
    • Attaching Cloudwatch Alarm to autoscaling
    • Setting up an Auto Scaling Group
    • Creating three different target groups with three different Network ports
    • Setting up a Network Load Balancer on the target groups

    • Traffic Policies and Traffic FlowHealth Check setup
    • Hosted Zones in Route 53Amazon Route 53 Concepts
    • Amazon Route 53 Best Practices and Costs

    Hands On:

    • Creating a HealthCheck for setting up a Failover Routing
    • Creating Routing policies (Simple/Weighted/Latency/GeoLocation/Failover)
    • Creating a public Hosted Zone
    • Adding Traffic Policies and applying on hosted zone

    • Amazon ElastiCacheAmazon Redshift (Data Warehousing)
    • Amazon DynamoDB (NoSQL Databases)
    • Amazon Aurora DatabaseAWS Relational Database Service (RDS)
    • Databases Overview
    • AWS Database Migration Services (DMS)
    • Database Best Practices and Costs

    Hands On:

    • Setting up a NoSQL database
    • Connecting to MySQL RDS instance through another EC2 in the same network
    • Creating a MySQL Database RDS instanceAdding and Filtering Data from DynamoDB

    • The features of AWS Lambda
    • What is AWS Lambda
    • How AWS Lambda works
    • Where AWS Lambda is used

    Hands On:

    • Send notification through Lambda when a message is sent to SQS
    • Replicate data from source bucket to destination bucket using Lambda
    • Send an e-mail through Lambda when an object is added to S3

    • Stack in Cloudformation
    • Resource deletion policies in CloudFormation
    • Templates in CloudformationCloudFormation and its components
    • Infrastructure as a Code

    Hands On:

    • Installation of LAMP server in EC2 through CloudFormation
    • Creating an S3 bucket using CloudFormation

    • AWS Simple Email Service (SES)
    • Amazon Cloudwatch Monitoring Service
    • Amazon Elastic Transcoder
    • AWS Application Services Overview
    • AWS Simple Notification Service (SNS)
    Hands On:
    • Configuring SNS topics using email IDs of subscribers
    • Creating SNS topicsSetting up a Cloud
    • Watch Alarm for an EC2 Instance
    • Attaching SNS to Cloudwatch alarms to send automated Emails on events

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    There is no pre-requisite for this course. However, any prior experience in Networking and/or Linux will be counted beneficial.

    Missing any session is never encouraged. However, in case of unavoidable circumstances, we have still got you covered! You can either go through the LMS videos for your reference, or reschedule a session with trainer based on availability. You can re-attend the missed sessions with any other running batches post contacting your student representative.

    You will be given a flexi pass for a period of 365 days. You can attend unlimited live batches till the pass is valid. You can join the live batches by contacting your student representative.

    You can clear all your doubts via the Teqstories Email support feature. Email support will be provided by the dedicated student support representatives.

    You will have an access to the LMS immediately after enrolling for the course. As of now LMS access is given for a period of 1 year.

    The instructors are the industry professionals with relevant experiences in their domains. They are the subject matter experts. Teqstories, however, regularly monitors the sessions to make sure the trainings delivered comply to our strict quality control parameters to ensure an everlasting learning experience to the learners.

    Online trainings offer much flexibility in terms of time and place to attend the training at. Therefore, it is the most preferred way by working profesionals due to convenience. However certain learners might prefer classroom training based on their interest of learning. You are encouraged to talk to your student representative to decide the better way for you.

    A regular learner can learn this well within 32 hours of Instructer Led Training. However, you have an option for attending multiple sessions a day for completing the course on a faster pace. You will also have flexibility of joining unlimited live batches for a period of one year from the date of enrollment in the course.

    As a AWS developer,you shall be involved in architecting solutions. Part of your days will be spent in conducting meetings with the management and the clients for understanding the business scenarios. The other part will be spent on what we’re cheekily calling problem-solving. As an SA, you’ll formulate cost efficient plans and provide guidance on GCP architectural best practices.

    There are two big projects that show up as the training end projects. The headlines in brief go as follows: 1) Cloud Monitoring 2) Cloud Deployment 3) Insfrastructure Deployment

    It is suggested to have your own laptop/desktop computer for attending the course. It is not recommended to attend classes on smartphones. For computers, a basic specification of 4 GB RAM, Google Chrome Web Browser, Working mic and speakers with Internet connection will be sufficient.